7 December 2012

Gambia: DJ Miss Tee Contest in Sweden's Miss DJ Competition

Rising Gambian -Swedish female disc jockey-Miss Tee, is currently running first position in the ongoing Sweden's Miss DJ Competition 2012, grand finale and award show taking place in Stockholm, Sweden 15th December.

This annual competition is only for female DJ's and voters are joined by a panel of ambassador judges who listen in anticipation to the mixes entered by the DJs, and decide on who goes through to the next round to compete as the top five 5 finalists at the grand final and award show event.

Reports further indicated that Miss Tee is currently 1st in running out of the most votes right now and this will be one of the most keenly contested competitions full of challenges, as she move to make a name in her disc career path.

In an interview with What's On, the rising selectoress explained that she will learn a lot from it and the exposure will be beneficial. The female DJ further added the grand final and award show is the red carpet celebration of female Swedish DJs stressing that it's experienced by both a live public audience as well as by viewers watching the live video stream on Facebook and the website. "Once the finalists have all performed on stage, a winner will be chosen, receiving the honored title of Miss DJ 2012 alongside prestigious prizes," she stated.

She concluded by urging all her fans and music lovers to continue voting through her page on 'http://missdjcompetition.com/mix/26. She further stated that everyone has until December 2nd to vote and the judges pick the top five (5) finalists depending on the votes and their mixes.

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